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BMW X2 F39
BMW X2  F39 2018 2022
2018 2022

Based on the same platform as the MINI Countryman, the BMW X2 was the smallest Sports Activity Coupe from the German stable.
It was the coupe version for the X1 SUV.

The crossover market was the next to grow fast after the SUV segment. BMW decided to act in that segment as well, introducing the first generation of the X1 in 2008, followed by the second generation in 2015. For the 2015 generation, the management decided to build a sporty version as well.

Even though the X2 was the sporty version of the X1, it didn’t have any exterior panels shared with its sibling. There was a new front fascia, with a taller bumper and narrower headlights. From the side, the car looked more like a hatchback with higher ground clearance. It was the only BMW in the modern era to feature the company logo on the D-pillars.

Inside, the X2 was good for four adults, but the rear seats were not so spacious as in the X1. Since the car was built on a front-wheel-drive platform, it offered more interior legroom for all passengers, but not too much headroom for the rear ones due to the sloped roofline. The dashboard featured a floating infotainment screen on top of the center stack. The instrument cluster featured two round dials and a TFT screen for additional information. The trunk was smaller, but it featured an underfloor additional storage area.

The X1 was fitted with diesel, gasoline, and hybrid engines. Depending on the option, they were mated as standard to a 6-speed manual or with an automatic transmission. It was offered with front or all-wheel-drive systems.

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